NEW YORK -- The AIG Mergers & Acquisitions Division, a division of the property and casualty insurance subsidiaries of American International Group, Inc. (AIG), announced the launch of its newly designed global Web site, www.AIGMergerRisks.com.

The Web site is intended to serve as a key resource for insurance brokers, lawyers, investment bankers, private equity managers and other professionals who advise commercial clients on transaction-related risks. The Web site includes deal summaries, information on transactional insurance trends and techniques, and articles and commentary from third-party sources.

"The launch of this Web site is the latest example of the Division's commitment to serving the needs of the market," commented John A. Rudolf, President of the AIG Mergers & Acquisitions Division. "The interest in, and use of, transactional insurance products has grown steadily over the last few years. As more M&A professionals and the clients they serve come to appreciate the opportunities presented by these products, transactional insurance will become an increasingly common feature of the business landscape."

AIGMergerRisks.com also provides detailed information on the Division's comprehensive suite of transactional insurance products, which are insurance policies designed to facilitate mergers and acquisitions, divestitures and other transactions. These products effectively enable clients to transfer certain transaction-related risks to the insurance industry.

The AIG Mergers & Acquisitions Division is a leading provider of transactional insurance products. The Division's global team of experienced professionals can underwrite risks in many countries, providing clients with unparalleled geographical coverage.

Source: AIG Mergers & Acquisitions Division

 

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